One Of A Kind Pink Diamond™ Barbie Doll by The Blonds Auctioned To Benefit Charity.

the-blonds-pink-diamond-barbie

This original one-of-a-kind Pink Diamond™ Barbie® doll by design duo Phillipe and David Blond of The Blonds was unveiled at The Blonds Spring 2013 show during New York Fashion Week. Read more

Army Men Jewelry from Knight&Hammer Benefits the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

What better jewelry to post about on Memorial Day than a collection of ‘Army Men’ inspired rings and necklaces whose purchase benefits those who gave so commendably to their country? Read more

Portraits of Black Icons Made With Thousands Of Colorful Thumbtacks.

andrew woolery thumbtack art

Andre Woolery’s work depicts his journey as an artist and reflects his personal cultural experience as a young black man. His current work, comprised of thousands of colored thumbtacks (not unlike Eric Daigh’s pushpin portraits) combined with paint, is primarily portraits of black icons by design. Read more

Ho Ho Haute Christmas Trees. The 16th Les Sapins de Noel des Createurs (all the trees).

16th Les Sapins de Noel des Createurs
above: Louis Vuitton’s Christmas Tree for the 16th Les Sapin de Noel des Createurs

The 16th Les Sapins de Noël des Créateurs, an exhibition of Christmas Trees designed by top French Fashion Designers, Architects, Photographers, Interior Designers and other creative personalities, just took place at the Hotel Salomon de Rothschild in Paris. Read more

The Breast Cancer Awareness Body Paint Project

The Breast Cancer Awareness Body Paint Project

The Breast Cancer Awareness Body Paint Project is an ongoing series designed and created by Michael Colanero with the first survivor, model Cindy Papale (shown below), to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer causes. Read more

Canstruction – Food Can Sculptures [75 images] Help Raise Hunger Awareness.


Founded in 1992, Canstruction’s mission is to engage, amaze and inspire the community to work together raising canned food to feed hundreds of thousands of hungry people. Read more

Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Usher & More Sacrifice Their Digital Lives To Save Others.


above: Lady Gaga is Dead

A multitude of celebrities from superstar Lady Gaga to photographer David LaChapelle have sacrificed their digital lives to help save millions of real lives affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India in a new awareness campaign for Keep A Child Alive by TBWA/ Chiat /Day, New York.

Starting on December 1, which was World AIDS Day, the world’s most followed celebrity Tweeters began sacrificing their digital lives to help save millions of real lives affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.

That meant no more Twitter or Facebook updates from any of them. No more knowing where they are, what they had for dinner, or what interesting things are happening in their lives. From here on out, they’re dead. Kaput. Finished.

Jennifer Hudson Is Dead:

But they don’t have to die in vain. And they don’t have to stay dead for long. Just watch their Last Tweet and Testaments, and buy their lives back.

Every single dollar helps Keep a Child Alive fight this terrible disease. And when $1,000,000 is reached, everyone will be back online and tweeting in no time.

You can even join the fight yourself by sacrificing your own digital life. If Khloe and Kim can live without Twitter for a few days, maybe you can too.

Kim and Khloe Kardashian Are Dead:

Together, with a little digital sacrifice on our parts, we can give millions of real people the care, love and hope they deserve. We can give them life – the one thing none of us can live without.

The following fabulous shots of the ‘dead’ celebs were taken by Markus Klinko and Indrani, with styling by GK Reid. The one exception is the Justin Timberlake shot which was taken by Peggy Sirota.

The other “Dead” Celebs:

Alicia Keyes:

Justin Timberlake:

Bronson Pelletier:

Daphne Guinness:

David LaChapelle:

Elijah Wood:

Janelle Monae:

Jay Sean:

Kimberly Cole:

Ryan Seacrest:

Serena Williams:

Swiss Beatz:

The Buried Life:

Usher:


©2010 Keep a Child Alive. Keep a Child Alive is a registered 501c3 charity. US Texting Disclaimer: $10 will be added to your mobile phone bill/deducted from your prepaid account. Message & data rates may apply. Reply STOP to 90999 to stop. Full Terms: mGive.org/T. In the UK, Text “BUYLIFE” to 70500 – SMS donations are charged at £5 to your phone bill. Always seek the permission of the bill payer. Keep a Child Alive will receive a minimum of 81% of this fee due to network charges and processing.

Sweet! The Tweet Towel Dries With 140 Custom Characters.

the tweet towel

The other day I received a great little gift in the mail. A Tweet Towel from We Are What We Do, a global movement that inspires people to use their everyday behavior to affect big environmental and social issues. Read more